Friend of the Gutter Aditi Sen writes about love and loss in ghost stories at Arré. “On cold nights as thick snow rests on the ground, the ghosts of a beautiful young woman and a little girl still haunt Furnivall Manor House. Soon, the sound of an organ […]
Your Black History month reading doesn’t need to be all history–The Portalist has a nice list of Black science fiction and fantasy authors to check out! (It includes a couple interviews as well).
Friend of the Gutter Colin Geddes shares his 5 favorite Ringo Lam films. “Lam originally started out with hopes of being an actor, but ended up studying filmmaking at Toronto’s York University. When he returned to Hong Kong he was steered into directing comedies that were trendy at […]
“She must do that thing her town has done every year since its founding. The thing could potentially be a tree lighting ceremony, an ice skating rink for people who knew each other in high school, or a pie-making contest hosted by a charming old man who keeps […]
At the Hollywood Reporter, Kristoffer Polaha writes about why he loves doing Hallmark movies. “Hearts of Christmas, then Rocky Mountain Christmas. Pearl in Paradise filmed in Fiji. Yes, Hallmark sent me to Fiji. Finally, A Small Town Christmas is a movie in which Hallmark Channel CEO Bill Abbott, exec […]
Stephen Marche writes about Love Actually, class, English public school and being a colonized person. “I am obsessed with English culture while hating Englishness itself: That’s what it means to be a colonized person. I am Canadian, but I also spent part of my childhood as a schoolboy […]